One of the most enjoyable parts of vacationing is eating — and one of the perks of
motorhoming is being able to prepare food in your own galley. If you’re like most
motorhomers, you spend the majority of your meal-prep time inside, while outdoor grilling
is reserved for campfire standards such as burgers and s’mores.
A new cookbook by food
journalist and outdoors enthusiast Robin Donovan brings both of these worlds together.
Campfire Cuisine: Gourmet Recipes for the Great Outdoors (Quirk Books, $15.95)
serves up more than 100 simple but inspired recipes for meals that can be prepared either
inside your rig or at the campsite.
The 192-page paperback features dual instructions for
recipes such as Spicy Orange Chicken, Grilled Steak Tacos, Bourbon-Glazed Salmon, Lemony
Couscous Salad and Cinnamon Baked Bananas.
For more information, call (800) 722-6657, or
log on to quirkbooks.com.